I Am Sophie
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I AM SOPHIE runs
Nov 11 through Jan 27.
TWO Saturday Matinees
Added January 19 & 26 at 3pm!!
Thurs, Fri, Sat at 8pm
Sun at 3pm
Jan 19 & 26 at 3pm
Ticket prices are $25 to $34
($15 tickets – Fri Nov 9 at 8pm)
LA Times Review I AM SOPHIE at Pacific Resident Theatre. “A fascinating journey into what constitutes an individual, and how one is defined not only by society but in one’s innermost self. Corinne Shor explores identity with style. “ – LA Times
“Shor’s ability to fully embody the mind, body and spirit of her imaginary character when she declares I AM SOPHIE is so utterly believable, it’s almost impossible to accept that Sophie is just an imaginary character and not really the writer herself telling an autobiographical story of her own life.” – Shari Barrett, Broadway World
Link to full review: I Am Sophie
“Shor is enthralling from beginning to end. From her first bubbly “Bonjour!”… she pulls you into her story completely… The script is brilliantly structured … Shor affectionately refers to audience members as “mes confidents,” and shares her journey with us.” – Julia Stier, Stage Raw
Link to full review: I Am Sophie Theatre Review
NoHo Arts District:
“’I am Sophie.’ written and performed by the sublime Corinne Shor is a bold and fearless ode to what makes our hearts sing…it is a strange and beguiling story, as only the best stories are, about a woman who becomes another woman not to survive but to thrive.” – Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros, NoHo Arts District
Link to full review:NoHo Arts District Reviews I Am Sophie
The Stage Struck Review
“It all works” – Frances Baum Nicholson, The Stage Struck Review
Link to full review: stage Struck Review I Am Sophie
When Kate decides to leave Paris to care for her father, she also decides it’s time to share her authentic self with the world. Enter Sophie. What follows is an identity adventure with a French twist, filled with philosophie de la vie, humor, and heart.
I AM SOPHIE is an exploration of identity in which you become the confidante to Sophie Carter, formerly known as Kate Carter. Sophie is a changed woman returning to the United States after living in Paris. She comes home to take care of her father and when she arrives, her loved ones meet Sophie for the first time. What follows is an existential adventure. With humor and an aching heart, Sophie has us all wondering – “Who am I?” and “Who do I want to be?”